Providing students with opportunities to engage with our international community.
The Oxford Society for International Development (OxSID) is a young, fast-growing student-run society founded in 2017.
We aim to promote and facilitate discussion of the challenges and advances within the field of International Development amongst students at the University of Oxford. Previous speakers include members of NGOs such as Reporters without Borders, board members from leading UK think tanks, senior officials from the UN in New York, a co-founder of Extinction Rebellion and the Permanent Secretary of the UK’s Department for International Development.
“Where Climate Change and Trade Policy Intersect”: Interview with Dr Jan Yves Remy
Dr Jan Yves Remy on the climate crisis and its impact on the Carribean, as well as the work of the Shridath Ramphal centre.
Making sense of Citizens’ responsibilities under Authoritarian States- On the Russian Invasion of Ukraine with Brian Wong
Brian is a geopolitical strategist and advisor publishing extensively on Sino-American relations, statecraft in Asia, and the intersection of nascent technologies, political philosophy, and public policy. Currently pursuing a DPhil…
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement in International Development with Jesse T Martin and Jack Collard
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander International Engagement Organisation (ATSIIEO) is a pioneering international development group founded and led by Jesse T Martin of the Wagadagam and Yuin peoples and…